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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1887, Annapolis, Maryland y WENING Mam St. opp City Hotel. Id' In i. t i.r r.- t i: K i i ui MI 1 Bnll, I 1 i VM, c r bj i> i i I i t 1, i u i 1 1 I Itv lloti FRANKLIN CO., 110 Church Street, I t tU Is DRY GOODS, NOTION'S, 'Mfs (t Goodn i t k i U l'i it of siijjar-Oured A assortment of Banlunro ami Aunrul- illl.'t) QgilJtlflllVlllS. Saddles, Harness, Harucsa and Trunk Straps, Carpets, Matting i Oil Cloth, frthor ftith pent uil luwoiltnpnt of Mt t i lllillillHO L FRANKLIN CO., lit' nil iU'll STREET, ANNAPMLIrt, MO. FJLL and WINTER IMILLIN MRS. s. J. Mriuw itul Hsaortiucnt of and Hats, I h, Myl. and Designs. A'so of MHS S. J KKHN, 1886. M. BASIL. F1NK andWiilow Ware. AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF ANNAPOLIS, MD., SATURDAY EVENING, Cores Backache, Lung T-roabtes Diseases, Rheumatism, Eta. A ti tl v-ill crmvluo the inOKt ftkeptlcal that tin rr the 1 1" y an" mrc'.lrat'rt th capsl- (in d tin.' .H tivc lirinupl" oj p' troleum. being f ir it if jrf'wrrftil in tton thinothrrplastcra. I' j i nt he imli cod to takr others, hut be it re and p t tlie I'i Irohne." which is always en- t il in on rnvt] tho nlf-niture of the in in i< ri. 1 ho I' W P Co., and directions in i known rtmrrty for ban1 and sof fail to cure Price tci ts ;Peleg White ProprielarY tea. MAMt'KACTUKtIM, 113 W. Broad way, JT. Y., F. S. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. Ml. WORTH INQTON AND CO. a28-v Sole fur uud SEVERN INN. Th's popular inn is now open to the pnb iu and will keep un hand, George PUEMIUM BEER, WIVES AND LIQUORS. Choice Cigars, nlwavs hand. ('or. Wagner Hammer Streets, ANNAPOLIS, MD. HENRY KIRCHGESSNEH CAPITAL "HOUSE Laser Beer ami Wine Sa SELLING OUT TIJE EHTIBE STOCK Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, mis' furnishing Goods S, SPANDllUEB'S 108 Main St. Mfest Be Closed Out in 30 Days i to Remove to Baltimore, took Out for Bargains! early if you wnnt Bargains, as these-goods will bei sold regardless of Cost. Flower Seed! 35 AT TIIK CITY DRUG STORE SPE Wo will In ____ ofWi ntit. For Kent. Kor Found, i ot exceeding II or I for 85 Cento. Office of ME 'TIV( IA1. XOTK >rt In NOTICE. nnapolia Murch 15 I ._ __ of the Stockhpl'lers nap ai Li.rht Co iip'atiy w attheirulHc It loi the purpose of eteoti dent and Fou year. Icmbers of AnnapoHf No. 10, S their Hall tiduy iiinlit. -il.trcli t jusofiuipo tanoe. pro torn. FOR dENT.-A convenient __abating; si rooms and u also a lance r 1. in a pluas tut to a reliubh t naut .ipplytu 31 Oloucestui St, or at I'ubliu acliu BIX now TW tifully locate rooms cauh, pu in pot pun running alou fine fio it M eiuy. Willb Othor tloslrut nir, Hrinco I OUSALI r ion, cheap. App n tluiiiiav, Directors for Uf Urtler. .1.11.3. Nl of i., are requests I nun K not on Horn 1'iiint. I hi- lt ally jar is water, at l ho oiltru of tn the emu e row. ihoj w of tliu harbur anil I old clljcap, uti tbi i liousus >u J. KmVAKUa tloal iitta u ami Imi. -A nil for sata ihrur.aj seatWA F. t stiutt. H bil foil iat usoiiii luJ HliiiOLU, kjuy O sale, ux enj, ui pint mud. UitK-o. lo Huy, for oaf-h, sc: o[ olliio M iiKu for i- JOS. S. M. BASIL, in tOAL and ti PRINCIPAL OFFIOK: 9 Market Space. Coal Wharf, Steam Saw and Grist Mill FOOT OF CHURCH ST. HARD, SOFT AND MEDIUM COAL, Anthracite dc Bituminous l Hickory, and Pine Wood in the stick, and prepared Kindling by CHR. SPENGLEH, Proprietor, Cor. East St. and State Circle. ANNAPOLIS, MD. t I Hi Ice Cold Bror n mmya on The Bar Is supplied all times wtli iheficst Liquors Cigars Hoard and the day. ween or at moderate A Lunch tarnished at any "A Brst class in all Bj' JOHN JOHNSON, land (ifear the Post Omce.) TS PREPARED TO DO PLUMBING FITTING tm Mil Ita Hrraofcvs. Also Garden and Yard Furnished at short notice, cheap for1 canh Work done in a most practical aid worknifviiike man cr at wv rater, and saiistaction iruarantced. Hpecial attention paid to and Lutti Room Aerial is solicited. a27tf WOOD, Delivered Free SONJ West Street, We'are prepared to (Oliver in larce quantities, the bei quality of SAWED and SP JT WOO1> to families Q Hmc WORTHINGTON CO, 109 Church Street, ANNAPOLIS, MD. DBALKRS IN Drugs, Medicines, And Chemicals, SPECIAL NOTICE 1 This store is furnished with The Worihington Prescrip- tion Counter and everything necsssary to make it a complete modern Pharmacy. Prescriptions compounded at all honiauf night grae uates of the Maryland College of Pharmacy V f OBTBlNGTOK A )li SArL, A tine IfcUlsrCKKI) JE1 and lull bitd (ft I L 1 a? tf. WAKTE capil .VUL.L in i Uouiv iioA i, -lUualMJlia, AM. 35 bUl I'ARl'NI-.ll, 1. to help to i-turl a subui ot mis i Garden Se FRES i AXD Jnst i jceived at the nUM't Mw St I CITY DRUG POUTSfANUINU LIFE TO BUV I ANCK JOLlcie.e U.N irifc) Ml All persons baring Life liiDurincu I'oiK.ica un wn bcou prouiiuum tor ai y years atia who uesiru piy to u. P. O. Bbx if not outapui era. A (.A all at ouuuon CIIAS.. tdr tliu ill O In first Appl F OK TEA at abarga MCoi luJ.J BalislacLory leu il iuauuuiiituiu, to iai TO oil t'ity 1'iopor' J, ttULAiSU Bi Opp. farmer.-! At I.V. UK HI JO U1IIK.- e for oya lor biro u out un IOTICi TO I on Ivncl an exuelleut Q .or Ojntur uaixu iiai loot uuAi i to A. V. wharf, foot ot Friui venient Dwell ANU eleven rootjs rooJi, hot and cold n jut some of the liuest female m- jtutions of learning at the south, and >rtn. She i-i sUilled iillixn-jii.igo.s and tinting and will make her entrance to society next >son. Mrs Km- >m hc.dth de.iic.tte. in. sifter Kiigenie m.iVi led i'n. WilHim Butler, hi other of the n.itor from South Carolina. II ARM A C Y 11 A R M A R. I. Goodman DRUGGIST rr AUo the Brandt c f OIO--A.HS. Pretenpttoni carefully wnpetti the proprietor. Soda. Vichy and Dttf Rook on draught. In a Hurry
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